Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Making My Own Almond Milk... (product review) Giveaway!!

Recently I've been making changes to our lifestyle. Well, not just recently but over the past year or so. On and off we have been trying to change things up to make them healthier and more natural. One thing I discovered in my journey on this healthier lifestyle is Almond Milk. 

Of course my first thought is how do you "milk" an almond, right? But I have used it in recipes, smoothies and several different ways and I like it. I haven't quite convinced my son or husband but, it's good for me ;).

I have seen all types of posts about making your own almond milk but I never had the correct items to try it out. Now I do! I recently received the Vita Milk Nut Bag to review and I was super excited. 

The bag arrived and I was quickly on the search for almond milk recipes. I found one I liked, had the ingredients, and off we went. 

The bag is made of a fine mesh that makes it easy to get your milk through without the chunks of almonds coming with it. I was curious as to how well it would work and it was awesome. The bag held all the almond leftovers and only put through pure liquid. There were no skins floating in the milk or any chunks in the milk itself. Now I wasn't a fan of the recipe I tried but that has nothing to do with the bag itself. 

You can also use this bag to make yogurt, juices and other items that you need to strain. It is easy to clean up and the material it's made out of makes sure it is safe to continue using. 

I was very impressed with the easy use of the bag and how well it strained the items. I can't wait to try out more recipes and see where this bag takes us!

Now you can have your chance to win one of these awesome bags! Enter the contest below!

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. So, it worked good for you? Was it difficult? Sounds like something to use in a pinch for some almond milk.


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